Does your child have symptoms of bipolar disorder?
The Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is recruiting participants for a research study about youths with bipolar spectrum disorder. Through this study, we would like to find better ways to treat this condition.
We are looking for children, teens, and young adults (ages 9 to 19 years) who have moods that alternate between depression and periods of excessive energy and activity for this study.
Participants will get a full diagnostic evaluation from a psychologist/psychiatrist team, along with recommendations for medical and psychological treatment. Those accepted into the study will be seen by a study-affiliated psychiatrist that specializes in mood disorders for up to 12 months. Participants will be compensated for their time in completing research interviews and questionnaires.
For more information about this study, please call: Dr. Christopher Schneck at (303) 724-4984 or email ColoradoCBN@cuanschutz.edu. You may also contact us through the CU Anschutz Research Studies website.
Would you like to participate in a study about cognition, emotions and resilience? Are you a teen ages 15–19?
At the CU Research on Affective Disorders and Development (RADD) Laboratory, in partnership with the Johnson Depression Center, we are interested in understanding how certain cognitive abilities, such as being able to pay attention or learn actions that help you achieve goals, may help teenagers to cope with stress and stay healthy.
This is a two-year study. Over the course of the study, participants will have two study visits at our laboratory in Boulder, each lasting about five hours. During these visits, you will be interviewed about your life experiences; you will complete some computer games that involve paying attention and learning; you will have a neuroimaging scan while you either rest quietly or play computer games; and you will answer a set of surveys on a computer.
Also as part of the study, you will complete a set of online surveys and a brief telephone interview once every six months (five times total during the two-year study participation). At the end of the study, you will have a final telephone interview, lasting about two hours.
You can earn up to $750 for your time and effort completing the study.
How to Sign Up
To learn more, you or your parent/legal guardian (if you are age 17 or younger) can visit our website at www.raddlab.com, contact our lab directly at (303) 735-8306 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.